Source: RFU

England Women U20 confirm fixtures

England Women U20 will play three games this spring, taking on the Army before playing France twice. In addition the Talent Development Group (TDG) will play twice, taking on Scottish Futures U18 and the emerging Wales Women side this spring. The U20 will play their annual fixture against the Army at the Army Rugby Stadium,

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Source: INPHO/Bryan Keane

The Women’s 6 Nations is launched

The 6 Nations 2019 version was launched in the swish surroundings of the Hurlingham Club. Nolli Waterman now appeared on the other side of the camera, so to speak, introducing the honoured guests alongside Will Greenwood.   In between generous offerings of  food and Guinness, the official sponsors – though not quite yet the full-time

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Source: Mike Lee - KLC Fotos

England Women 7s squad named for Hamilton

James Bailey has named his 12-player squad for the inaugural Fast Four tournament in New Zealand on 26-27 January 2019. The two-day competition will run alongside the HSBC Hamilton Sevens in what will be the first time that a women’s invitational tournament has been integrated into the men’s World Series event. Megan Jones will make

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Source: Wasps

Wasps name side to face Harlequins

Wasps host local rivals Harlequins at Twyford Avenue this weekend, looking to build on their strong results so far in 2019. Those in black and gold will be looking for a positive result to keep ahead of Gloucester-Hartpury in the league table with three fixtures remaining. The hosts have scored 81 points in their previous

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Source: Bruce Perkins

Tyrells Round 15

Tyrrells Round 15 – Two Games to Savour Wasps v DMP First to Twyford Avenue, to see if Wasps could stave off both DMP’s assault and – more urgently – Gloucester-Hartpury’s challenge to their right to the play-offs. DMP had a player called T. Taylor listed on their bench, and sure enough, Tamara at last appeared

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